New York Educator Improves Math Matters for Students and Colleagues with Dynamic Program For New York math educator Jennifer Kibler, creating solutions in her school went far beyond her expectations. When she set out to improve teaching around math problem solving skills at her campus, she had little idea she’d be laying the groundwork […]Read more »
Ideas & Voices
Tara Lisciandro-Hornich is a veteran 18-year high school teacher at Matawan Regional High School in Monmouth County, New Jersey. For more than a decade, she has incorporated mindfulness activities into her own classroom routine. With the sudden change of circumstances due to COVID-19, she’s still using those activities in her online classroom and also leading […]Read more »
NEA Foundation and Verizon Offer Wireless Customers a Connection to Support America’s Educators and Students
WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 27, 2020) – The NEA Foundation today announced an initiative with Verizon Wireless that gives wireless customers an opportunity to show their support and appreciation for teachers, students, and education support professionals as they head back to school, whether online or in classrooms. The Customer Bill Pay Charitable Donation Program enables Verizon customers […]Read more »
We’ve all seen the look on students’ faces when they have a breakthrough. It’s one that only comes during the journey of learning, exploration and discovery. It’s particularly remarkable when this happens with the use of new tools, technologies, and applications that are relevant to their interests and future. What would schools look like if […]Read more »
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